Theme: Industrial Sleek
Project: Commerial Fitness Bravo 2.0 @ 762 North Bridge Road
Designer: Aloysius Ong & Lenz Tan
Baring it all takes courage, and modern industrial space is about exposing all that lies beneath to achieve raw, edgy style.
What other styles are at pains to hide, industrial design boldly puts on display. Structural elements are turned into showpieces, achieving a look that seems unfinished, yet cohesive and chic.
While industrial interior design ideas tend to be minimalist, there is a lot of room for creating drama by contrasting high-gloss metal finishes with rustic or vintage cabinets, countertops and furniture. Form and function are both equally important considerations.
Practicality and creativity combined to create this trend when people began converting former industrial spaces for residential living. Effectively eliminating the cost of covering all the exposed pipes, beams and ducts running along the high ceilings and walls, it also, in a sense, kept the building’s history alive.
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